Troglomyces manfrediae S. Colla (Colla 1932)

Santamaría, Sergi, Enghoff, Henrik & Reboleira, Ana Sofía P. S., 2018, New species of Troglomyces and Diplopodomyces (Laboulbeniales, Ascomycota) from millipedes (Diplopoda), European Journal of Taxonomy 429, pp. 1-20: 16

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https://doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2018.429

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scientific name

Troglomyces manfrediae S. Colla (Colla 1932)
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Troglomyces manfrediae S. Colla (Colla 1932) 

Examined material

PORTUGAL: Madeira, Funchal, on Cylindroiulus truncorum Silvestri, 1896  ( Julida  ), 1 Mar. 1992, Bjørn & Damgaard leg., slide SS E622 ( BCB-Mycotheca  ).

RUSSIA: Crimea, Ai-Petri Karst Region , Baydur Valley , near Rodnikovoe , Cave Skelskaya , on 2 females and 2 males of Amblyiulus kovalii Golovatch, 2008  ( Julida  ), 3 Mar. 2015, I.S. Turbanov leg., slide SS E621 ( BCB-Mycotheca). 

SERBIA: Gornja Lenovacka Pedina Cave, Lenovac , near Zajecar, Tupiznica Mt ., on Serboiulus kresnik Makarov, 2013  ( Julida  ), 26 Jun. 2012, D. Antić & S. Ćurčić leg., slide SS E586 ( BCB-Mycotheca). 

SPAIN: Granada, Sierra Nevada, Corral de La Veleta, on Proteroiulus hispanus Schubart, 1959  ( Julida  ), 14 Aug. 2014, J.D. Gilgado et al. leg., slides SS2761a and SS 2761b ( BCB-Mycotheca). 

Remarks

Previously known only from Typhloiulus Latzel, 1884  and Trogloiulus Manfredi, 1931  from Italy ( Santamaría et al. 2014). The new records extend both the host range and the geographical distribution of this species. Among the new hosts, Cylindroiulus truncorum  , Amblyiulus kovali  and Serboiulus kresnik  belong to the family Julidae  , like previously known hosts, whereas Proteroiulus hispanus  belongs to the related family Blaniulidae  . Cylindroiulus truncorum  is a widespread, largely synanthropic species with a preference for high humidity; Amblyiulus kovali  and Serboiulus kresnik  are cavernicolous ( Haacker 1968; Kime & Enghoff 2017). Infected specimens of Proteroiulus hispanus  were collected at high altitude in Sierra Nevada, mainly in the Mesovoid Shallow Stratum, MSS ( Gilgado et al. 2015).